Not enough information. A lot of S&W models fit that description. firstname.lastname@example.org I found the serial number on mine by taking off the grip and looking at the bottom or the handle. And to find the model number, I opened the cylinder and looked just inside where it hinged open. Mine is a 10-5.
400 or so
Age of smith Wesson serial no 5K4166
You have a Smith and Wesson model 14 38 special. The 38 refers to the diameter of the barrel. That barrel is 38/100 of an inch in diameter. A 45 automatic has a barrel that is 45/100 of an inch in diameter. A 9mm has a barrel with a 9mm diameter. You can shoot 9mm ammunition from a 38 special. A 22 pistol has a small diameter barrel.
ctg = cartridge
In order to answer your question correctly,please include the model of your Smith and Wesson handgun,along with the barrel length,to the info you have already provided.
100-400 or so
An experienced gunsmith can or you can send it to S&W to have it done.
I would start my search at Smith and Wesson first.
i dont know the age but i know the value its worth about 3 thousand if in good condition
50-400 USD or so
What are you asking? What are you asking? What are you asking?
100-300 USD or so
50- 450 usd
careful examination of barrel, butt, crane, receiver.
If you contact Smith & Wesson, they will give you that information.
Email smith and Wesson for the answer